Chaplain (MAJ) Daniel L. Musgrave, USA (Retired)
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Chaplain (MAJ) Daniel L. Musgrave


B.S. Psychology, Ohio State University, 1970

M. Div. United Theological Seminary, 1973

M.A. Ethics, Butler University, 1990

Ordained by The United Methodist Church 1972

Endorsed by Board of Chaplains, 1978

Member of the Joint Service Conference on Professional Ethics, 1990-1995

Ethics consultant/trainer to the US Army Engineer Corps, 1990-1995

Chaplain Musgrave was born in Columbus, Ohio and graduated from Westerville, High School, Westerville, Ohio. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Ohio State University, Master of Divinity Degree from United Theological Seminary, in Dayton Ohio, and a Master of Arts in Ethics from Butler University in Indianapolis Indiana.

Chaplain Musgrave is an ordained Elder in the United Methodist Church and a member of the Missouri Annual Conference of the United Methodist church. He has served churches in Ohio, Georgia, and Missouri. As an Army Chaplain he served at the U.S. Army Aviation Center, Fort Rucker, Alabama; Third Brigade of Third Armored Division, Friedberg, West Germany; The Soldier Support Center, Fort Harrison, Indiana, and his last active duty assignment was, School Chaplain, Leadership Branch Chief and Ethics instructor at the U.S. Army Engineer School at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.

Chaplain Musgrave retired from the Army in 1995 at the rank of Major. He worked for Advanced Systems Technology managing the U. S. Army Engineer Center's Computer Battle Simulation Facility. Chaplain Musgrave has served as adjunct faculty, Park College and Columbia College, teaching Ethics and Philosophy Courses. He came to the New Mexico Military Institute in August 1999 to serve as the Institute Chaplain, Cadet Counselor and Assistant Professor of Philosophy.

Chaplain Musgrave's affiliations include: Publications: Pamphlet, Marriage in Middletown, 1973, Computer Technology and the Chaplaincy, The Military Chaplain's Review, 1983. His awards include the Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf clusters, the Army Commendation Metal, the Army Achievement Metal, the Overseas Service Ribbon, the Army Service Ribbon and U.S. Army Master Instructor Certification.

Chaplain Musgrave has been ordained for 37 years and served as a military chaplain for 27 years.